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Name the bones of the skull (x8)

Mental foramen


Identify two sutures of the skull

Squamosal suture
Coronal suture


Name the muscles of the face

1. Buccinator
2. Masseter (beneath partoid duct)
3. Zygomaticus major
4. Levator labii superioris (cheek)
5. Depressor anguli oris (chin)


Name 2 arteries of the face

1. facial
2. Mental


Name the nerves of the
(To Zanzibar By Motorcar Post-haste)

1. Facial Nerve
1. Temporal branch of Facial nerve
2. Zygomatic branch ...
3. Buccal branch
3. Mandibular branch
4. Cervical branch
5. Posterior auricular branch
6.Great auricular nerve
7. Mental Nerve
8. Buccal nerve?


Name the arteries and the veins in the parotid region of the face

1. Maxillary artery
2. Superficial temporal artery

1. External jugular vein


What is the nerve associated with the parotid region of the face

Auriculotemperoal nerve


Name the arteries associated with the temporal region of the head

1. Anterior deep temporal
2. Posterior deep temporal
3. Masseteric artery
4. Buccal artery
5. Middle meningeal artery (will be on skull)


Name the muscles associated with the Temporal region of the head

1. Temporalis muscle
2. Lateral pterygoid muscle
3. Medial pterygoid muscle


Name the nerves associated with the Temporal region of the head

1. Masseteric
2. Lingual
3. Chorda tympani
4. Inferior alveolar
5. Meningeal


Name the structures associated with the sphenoid bone

Foramen ovale
Foramen spinosum


Name the muscles of the posterior thigh

1. Semitendinosus
2. Semimembranosus
3. Long head of biceps femoris
4. Short head of biceps femoris
5. Tensor fascia latae


Name the nerves of the posterior thigh

1. Posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh
2. Common fibular
3.Superficial fibular
4. Deep fibular
5. Sciatic nerve


Name the ligaments associated with the posterior thigh

Oblique popliteal & pes anserinus


Name the arteries and veins of the popliteal fossa

1. Popliteal
2. Middle genicular
3. Superior lateral genicular
4. Superior medial genicular
5. Popliteal Vein


Name the Muscles of the politeal fossa



Name the nerves of the popliteal fosa

1. Medial sural cutaneous nerve
2. Lateral sural cutaneous nerve


Name the ligaments of the knee joint

1. Lateral (fibular) collateral ligament
2. Medial (tibial) collateral ligament
3. Anterior cruciate ligament
4. Posterior cruciate ligament
5. Lateral meniscus
6. Medial meniscus
7. Patellar ligament


Name the muscles of the Posterior leg

(hints: Tom Dick and a very nervous Harry)

1. Popliteus
2. Gastrocnemius: Lateral Head
3. Gastrocnemius: Medial Head
4. Flexor digitorum Longus
5. Flexor hallucis longus
6. Plantaris
7. Soleus (beneath gastrocnemius)
8. Posterior Tibialis


Name the arteries of the posterior leg

1. popliteal
2. anterior tibial
3. posterior tibial
4. fibular


Name the nerves of the posterior leg

1. Common fibular
2. Tibial


Name the tendons and ligaments of the posterior leg

1. calcaneal (Achilles) tendon
2. Superior Extensor retinaculum
3. Infrior extensor retinaculum
4. Flexor retinaculum


Name the first layer of the Plantar of foot ((most superficial layer)

1. Aponeurosis (covers)
2. Abductor hallucis
2. Abductor digiti minimi (pinky toe)
3. Flexor digitorum brevis


Name the 2nd layer of muscles in the Plantar of foot

1. Lumbrical muscles (in between toes)
2. Quadratus plantae
3. Flexor digitorum longus


Name the 3rd layer of muscles in the plantar foot
(focus on big toe)

1. Oblique head of adductor hallucis
2. Transverse head of adductor hallucis
3. Flexor hallucis brevis
4. Flexor digiti minimi brevis


Name the 4th (deepest) layer of the plantar foot

Interosseous muscles


Name the arteries in the plantar of foot
*note: nerves are the same, follow arteries

1. Lateral plantar artery
2. medial plantar artery
3. Plantar arch


Joint ligaments

1. Deltoid (medial)
2. Anterior and posterior talofibular ligament


Name the structures of the orbit of the eye and the eye

1. Superior orbital fissure
2. Inferior orbital fissure
3. Lacrimal fossa (of frontal bone)
4. Lacrimal groove (of lacrimal bone)
5. Lacrimal gland
6. Nasolacrimal dubt
7. Optic canal (in sphenoid)
8. Ethmoidal cells
9. Common tendinous ring


Identify the nerves of the orbit/eye
(NFL medial to lateral)

1. Nasociliary
2. Frontal
3. Lacrimal

and Optic nerve


Name the arteies and veins of the eye

Opthalmic artery and Superior opthalmic vein


Name the eye muscles

1. Orbicularis oculi
2. Levator palpebrae superioris muscle
3. Superior oblique muscle
4. Inferior oblique muscle
5. Superior rectus
6. Inferior rectus
7. Lateral rectus
8. Medial rectus


Name the structures of the larynx

1. Arytenoid cartilage
2. Cricoid cartilage
3. Cricothyroid joint
4. Epiglottis
6. Inferior horn of thyroid
7. superior horn of thyroid cartilage
8. laryngeal prominence (adam's apple)
9. vocal ligaments
10. vestibular fold/false vocal fold
11. Vocal fold/true vocal fold


Name the muscles of the larynx

1. arytenoid muscle
2. cricothyroid muscle
3. posterior cricoarytenoid muscle
4. lateral cricoarytenoid muscle
5. thyroarytenoid muscle
6. vocalis muscle


Name the nerves of the larynx

1. inferior laryngeal nerve
2. internal branch of superior laryngeal nerve
3. external branch of superior laryngeal nerve


Name the openings in the nasal cavity

1. opening of frontal sinus
2. opening of maxillary sinus
3. opening of sphenoidal sinus


Name the Plates in the nasal cavity

1. Cribiform plate (ethmoid)
2. Horizontal plate (palatine)
3. Medial plate (pterygoid)
4. Perpendicular plate


Name the structures of the nasal cavity

1. Superior and inferior nasal concha
2. Middle nasal concha
3. Nasal septum
4. Palatine
5. Palatine process (maxilla)
6. Sphenopalatine forament
7. Vomer
8. Semilunar hiatus